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Images of Dysart


Old Dysart Harbour once visited by dozens of sailing ships bringing cargoes in from Holland and Scandinavia and carrying away local salt and coal. © Glyn Ednie
Dysart Harbour and Dysart House on the cliffs above (which was once the seat of the Earls of Rosslyn and is now a Carmelite Nunnery. © Glyn Ednie
Ravenscaraig Castle was a royal castle and was one of the first  castles built to withstand cannonfire. Cromwell started to raise it to the ground but fortunately had to leave before it was totally destroyed. © Glyn Ednie
One the historic listed houses at Pan Ha. Pan Ha was named for the old salt-evaporating pans which were on the shore until the 1800's. © Glyn Ednie
St Serfs Tower (a fortified tower with arrow slits) along with its graveyard. © Glyn Ednie
The Harbourmasters House which has a Fife Coast and Countryside exhibit room and a bistro and houses the headquarters of the Fife Coastal Path and Country Parks organisation. © Glyn Ednie

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